Google + and search engines
I noticed today that when I did my Google Plus that it appeared immediately in Google search. I posted a link to my facebook wall inside Google + but noticed it still cannot be found in Google. Do you think that there an advantage in using Google + for search engine visibility? Is this a nice carrot on the end of a stick and good reason to use Google+? Will it mean the end of facebook?
Now social networks are contributing to a very large amount of traffic which even a search engine giant like google cannot ignore
There certainly is an advantage to using Google+ but we'll have to see how that pans out and Facebook will never end, there's too much money involved now!
Yeah I think there will be an advantage to using Google + for search engine visibility, I have been meaning to start using Google + for a while, I added the +1 buttons on my sites, but haven't really done much else yet.
On a side note, haha I've been trying to figure out how this picture relates to the question and just can't quite figure it out haha
There will definitely be an impact on search. If your friend +1's a page, it automatically appears on your first page results. I believe Google has even said their algorithm is getting more socially in tune. I don't see Facebook losing all 850 million users. I mean, Myspace is still around.
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